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•n the cow, and the process iH strictly mb epithelial one, or a sort of a cell growth, as the Dail cells elongate to ♦ona the nail of the hand or foot. Let us retrace our way with the milk. Thu simple cell, which but just noiv was part of the visicle, or terminal acini, or ultimate follicle, has received the material of its growth from the blood which has been brought to it by the system of -jiipillaries, which has enveloped it with an abundant network. This material received into the cell hasbe wme, changed into tat, by a species of change allied to degeneration or the breaking up ot previous compounds. This ultimate follicle is grouped witii other vesicles of like character to form a lobule. This lobule is arranged with other lobules and the combined secretion et all the lobules are passed onward w the main duct. To repeat, the vesicles accrete and pass their pro duct, the milk globule, into the duct of the lobule, and from this duct the globule passes into others, continual ly more capacious, until it reaches ibe reservoirs, which are principally about the periphery and pex of the udder gland. We thus sec that the milk-globule at one time a portion of the living ♦ow, that it must partake in some Measure of the character of the cow. Hence, as cows differ—we know that wwrf aieat differs, formed of mus t#* coll# it is, one pioco of beef be* g tender and juicy, another dry *ftd tough—so must there be differ noe iu their milk. —Evidence in a breach of prom ise suit contained tho following sen *onoc: “ Dearest love —I swallowed iho postage stamp on your letter, fcooause I knew your lips bad Vouched it.” * Lesral Notices. DIVORCE. IN’ CHANCERY. Henderson W. Lons,) In tho Circuit Court vs. > for the Seventh Fannie A. Long. ) J udieial Circuit of Via., Volusia Cos. IT APPEARING TO TIIE SAT * i-••faction of the court that the defend ant in the above entitled case resides out cf tho State, to wit. in tho State of Massa chusetts, so that tho ordinary process of taw cannot be served open her. On motion of St, Clair, Abrams & Snmmcrliu solicit ors for complainant, it is ordered that a hearing on the facts charged in said bill bo Oad, at Enterprise, Volusia couuty, on the first Monday in January, 1879. And that said defendant do appear, plead, answer or demure to said bill on or before the day appointed for said hearing and that iu de fault thereof tho 6aid bill will be falien "pro confeoeo,” provided that a copy of this order be published iu setae official newspaper in this circuit for the space of three months, at least, before the day ap pointed for sueh hearing. Witness my hand anil seal of office this tVith day of September, 1878. John W. Dick ins, Clerk Circuit Court, Volusia Cos. Fla. St, Chur, Abrams A- Summerlin, Complainant’s Solicitors. jUOTICE is hereby given, that the last will and testament of William S. Fleming, deceased, has been duly admit ted to probate by the County Judge of V o lusia county, and that tho undcreiguecl has duly qualified as executrix of said will. All portions having demands against the -state of said William 8. Fleming, will prceont them, with tho vouchers thereof, to Charles B. Bucknor at Enterprise, in ■aid county, or to Messrs. Fleming and Daniel at Jacksonville, within tho time required l>y law, and all persons indobted to said estate, arc required to make im mediate payment. MAKY C. FLEMING, Executrix. atl Kept. 3, lifTS. lb " J IN CIRCUIT COURT of the Sev *• cuth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Volusia County. In Chancery. .... Nathaniel Hasty andJßl izabethF. Hasty his wife vs. W. liowell Robinson. It appearing from affidavit made lietoro roe that tho defendant above named resides beypnd the limits of this State, to-wit. in the State of Illinois, qo that ordinary pro eces cannot bo served upon him. On motion of C. B. Bneknor solicitor for complain ant : It is ordered that the defondant do appear, plead, answer, or demur to tlio pul o* complaint filled in this cause, on or before the first Monday in December next, other wise the same will bo taken pro confesso. v2 vi . ded a copy of this order bo pnb nsncu weekly for four consecutive months, ♦firimit Witness my hand and seal, this 31th day Jnlv, A. 1). 1878. JOHN W. DICK INS. OP Glerk Volusia CircuitCo lift. C. BIKKNOII, Comn’lts Holictor., N OTICE—In the County Court and ~of Probato. Volusia County, FJorkla. Notice is hereby given that after six months publication of this notice, I shall apply to the Couuty Judge of Volusia County, for a discharge from my adminis tration as administrator of the estate of the late James M. Elwood. deceased. Notice is also hereby given that all ac counts against said estate, not exhibited to mo within two years after the date of my letters of administrat ion of said estate, to wit., the 3rd day of July A . Jt . ]S77 will be forver barred. Of which all creditors and persons entitled to distribution will ake notice. A. It. ELWOOD, administrator Arc. TO IMMIGRANTS! T AND Adjoining Blufftou (late -“Orange Bluff), Volusia county, Florida. I have for sale a large quantity of very desirable agricultural lauds, which will be sold, to actual settlers, on very reasonable terms, and in lots of 10 acres and upwards. Also, a tract of 190 acres, three miles from Enterprise, on lake Bethel. This tract has. upon it 800 budded, and 29 orange tree's, now bearing, and r> bearing lemon trees, about 70 acres of tine hammock land, wilh a large spring of excellent water upon it. At lilnllion. I have for sale 5,000 sour or unge stocks, 20,000 sour seedlings, and 2,- 000 budded stocks one and two years old; of CIIOICKBT trnit. For particulars in fall, apply to mo in person, or by letter, at Blnffton. Volnsia county. Florida. C. F. LANSING. July Ist, 1878. 10-52-9 Agent. IkmsfcimlliLL JACKSONVILLE. FLA. PENNIMAN & CO,. Manufacturers and Dealers in Mouldings, Brackets, Serool and Turned Work , Hough and Tressed lumber, Sowed and Jiived Cypress Shingles, hath, Poncing, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Sc. SEASONED LUMBER Constantly on hand. FVAU orders promptly filled. rjIHE ONLY ONE PRICK Clothing House IN FLORIDA ! J. I>. BUCK Y, 6 West Bay St., JACKSONVIM.E, Fla. GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES. UMBRELLAS, &e. orders piwnpi.lv filled and satisfaction gnaanteod dcc2S-(5o; NEW IMPORTED REVOLVER, fPi||h With 200 CARTRIDGES, 0 r A “ENGLISH BULL DOG.” Revolvers .re SILVER Mounted, A/* jlj Superb MfclMW SOLE FIRE ARMS CO., . Cnih Str<<*. Send tree* ‘ItJL I foro LLMirated Brie, t.l-t. THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST. K. WOOD. Bom MaUding, Mo. * Bay Street, *** Mariana Bro,*i, Hoorn ala t, JACKSONVILLE, PLAIN *r. OHNAMENTAL PLASTERER. Country Orders attended to. doO-tf REPAIRING! I . OF ALL KINDS, DONE 3Y E. M. Penfield, ap2s NEW BRITAIN, Fla. DeYarman’s Hotel, ORANGE CITY, - - Florida. OPEN TIIK YEAH BOUND. 5-58 H. H. DeY ARMAN, Proprietor. Alvord & Kellogg, Wholesale and Retail STATIONERS • and PRINTERS! The largest and beat selected stock of Blank Books, Ruled, Plain and Fancy Papers, Envelopes and Fancy Goods, In the State. Orange Wraps a Specialty. Ilxlfi, 10x13, 12x13, ALWAYS IN STOCK. We invite dealers 1 ee-nd to usforterms Jacksonville Fla. Jan. 1. 1378. janlO m ;L B. J OllilA.A isi . General Dealer Tri"'" • Dr y Goods, Groceries, PROVISIONS, Bools. Shoes, Ready Made Clothing, d-c., dc. Dealing exclusively for cash I amona bltcl to sell at prices unusually low, and by keeping constantly ou hand a choice seleetxou of goods, hopo to merit the good will and patronage of tliAvhole community. DeLand, May 15.1878. mylfltf J. 8. DKIOGS. GEO. A. PECK. J. S. ORIGGS & GO., Bealora 1 n CHI, BHBT, Glass and Plated Ware, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Kerosene Inupi, 'Brackets. Lanterns, Chandeliers, etc., ete. Wood and Willow Ware TIN-WARE Fruit Jara, .Jelly Tumblers, Water Fill era Water Coolers, Arc. 13 West Bay St., ,1 ACKSOirVI LL K., Fla. tiejfl J D. ROSS, BLACKSMITH A.NI' WAGON MAKER, ORANGE CITY, FLA. All kinds of wagons,' buck boards, carts, plows, cultivators. &c.. made to order on short notice. StPHaving located permanently at Or ange City and completed u largo and con venient shop, I am prepared to do all kinds of work in the lsyt mannor and at reason able rates. J. D. ROSS. May S. 1878. 8-55 KUKKKA Scale tat Eiternfnaterl . Simple ill itsapplication,efficacious 10 its results. Composes) of harmless : vegetable ingredients. Does no hurt j to the tree. One trial will convince the most skeptical. A pint bottlo will suffice for front one to three hun dred tree-. Full directions given for use. Pnee per bottle 50 cents. Manufactured and sold bv L. JACOBS, Monnt Royal Fostoffico, Fla. EOW. W. STETSON, i ■.* ' ,uV ’. ■ .Successor to D. W. Davis. j Wholesale and Uetall Itoale*- in FURNITURE, MATTINGS, MATTRESSES, FEATHERS, ! COMFORT AIJLES, DOOR MATS, Mouldings,i BRACKETS, PICTURE FRAMES, CHILDREN’S CARRIAGES, MOSQUITO NETS _ AND FIXTURES Window Shades And SHADE FIXTUBEa MOHS! JACKSONVILLE, Fla. *59 MoConihc-'s Block. Benedict & McGonihe, Dealer? in IlmnwiKi: m Ikm, Sash. Doors and Blinds, Stoves and Tinware, Tahiti and Oik, Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Wagon Material and Agricultural Implements, Iron, Steel, Helling, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, dtc BAA WTKEIiT. Jacksonville, Fla. Agents for the celebrated Orange Light niog Powder. Send tor Preie-Liai*. u>y*l-ly gEK HERE. Have your Orange Trees Budded and get i jruit- from three to five years sooner. INDItKtUi.AXS. Extensive experience, cheaprutes: w ork warranted for a small bonus. Address. W. A. COOK, an 9 Beresftml. Volusia on., lt M QARLETON ||OUSE, . A. SIIELLEY, - - Puopbiktok. PALATKA, Florida OLD RELIABLE PIONEER LINE. Steamer Volusia, for salt lake. , from Jacksonville to Salt Lake. Coimecta with SI John and Indian river It. R. at Titusville. -THE STEAMER VOLUSIA Capt. Tuos. Lund, W 1L o . LEAVE CLARK’S WHARF every Saturday at 12 m.. for the above point*, touching at l’alutka, Welaku, Lake Ueorge, Volusia, Lake Beresford, Sanford. " ' "“"S CL^K.iSr- PATENTS obtained for in yen tors, in the United State# Canada, and Europe, at reduced rates. With our principal office located at Wash ington, directly opposite the Patent Office, we are enabled to attend to all Paten* business with greater promptness and dc~ spateu and lose cost, than other patent attorneys, who are at a distance from Washington, and who have, therefore, to employ “ associate attorneys." Wo make preliminary examinations and fnrnial* opinions as to patentabi lity. free of charge* and all who a.ro interested iu new inven tiona and Patent* are invited to send for * ~ copy of our Guide for obtaining Pa touts, which is sent free to any address, and con tains complete instructions how to obtain Patents, and othor valuable matter. We refer to the American-German National Bank, the Royal Bweedish.No’ wegian and Danish Legations, at Washington; Hon. Josonh Casey, late Chief Justice U. 8. Court of Claims: to the Officials of the Patent Office, and to Senators and Members of Congress from every State. Address ; LOUIS BAGGER A-Ccy, Solioit- S? Attorneys at Law, L Droit Budding, Washington, D. C. 8-W. FOR SALE. A targe amount of excellent PIN E LAMi) unrivalled in value for ORANGE ANtt LEMON GROVES J Said lands lie in the immediate vicin it *ing from JfQßr'rffif' fcbXfii'*itlUTs*£9.Eag you purchase. a. A. (VI.AN. DeLand, May lOtb. IB7T, Choice Land AND Grape Stock KOR BALE! DeLAND & PAR.CE, Oder for sale in alternate lots of 5 to 10 acres, to parties who wish to improve the name, portions of the 160 acres known as the Canfield place, a quarter section woll adapted to Orango culture, Crapee andotherfrnits or vegetables. Lying mid way between DeLand and the St. Johns river, the highest of the first quality rolling pine lands, it is rarely equalled in quality or location by any lands in Florida. Also portions of a similar tract o acres, known as the Adams’ place, at Ro land, at very reasonable rates. Also, contractors for the planting, ear* and culture of orange groves and vine yards on land* purchased of us. Also, a tine stock of choice nortnem Grape vines, remarkably healthy and prom ising, including Agawam, Concord, Hart ford, Ives, lona, Llndley, Masaasoit, Salem, Ac., all varieties which ripen early and sell well in the northern markets. Price*, 13 cents each, for any number. f-iPAddroiw. DeItAND A t'ABCK, l-si! DeLand, Volusia co., Fla, KSTOrdere left at this office will receiv careful attention. a FOR RENT OR SALE. At Pieolata, St. Johns River. AJjaru* containing 80 acres, good House, Bam,lnk, , torn, Well and Wind Mill. OiangJ Grofjjk Leuious, Peaches, Guavas, Uripee aiuf Plum*, T< or further information amply MR JAMES HALH V PieoJat* FlWj \ 171